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Human Goodness - Ep. 171

  • Aired: 05/01/2008
  • 52:58
  • Rating: TV-G
Yi-Fu Tuan, Professor Emeritu, UW-Madison Yi-Fu Tuan discusses his latest book entitled "Human Goodness" in which he asks the simple question, "what do we identify and recognize as good?" His book examines what qualities, actions, and characteristics we associate as being good. He looks at isolated incidences, extended periods, and a lifetime of goodness before putting these all together.
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Yi-Fu Tuan talks about his latest book entitled "Human Goodness".
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